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This privately owned and operated New Zealand Company is looking for buyers, agents and distributors for their rugby training equipment.

Currently they are involved in exports to Australia, UK, Ireland, Japan and USA but are now seeking new markets as rugby grows to be a more internationally recognized game. The Asian market is of particular interest to this company.

The original company was formed in 1989 manufacturing hydraulic scrum machines but has since grown to be a leading developer and supplier of rugby related training products.

Being able to consistently supplying quality innovative products and excellent services to all levels of the New Zealand and International rugby fraternity has been the corner-stone of their success.

Now known as “the one stop shop for all rugby equipment” and providing quality goods at competitive prices through fast and efficient service is something this family business is very proud of.

From rugby balls, padding and tackle bags to the one-man scrum machine or the most advanced machine with electronic, (power) measuring equipment and line-out practice frames, you can be sure that this company will have everything you will need.

Being a preferred supplier to many of the Provincial Rugby Unions in New Zealand isn’t a position that can be achieved without having the highest quality products. It would be widely accepted that New Zealand is possibly world rugby’s toughest testing ground.

This supply agreement enables unions and their clubs to ensure the development of the game of rugby.

If you or someone you know is interested in being personally introduced to this company contact me, Laurie Witham at [email protected] or phone (09) 366 6879.

As well as the above company we have a data base of 6000 plus New Zealand companies looking to get in-touch with people just like you, so don’t hesitate to contact me, (Laurie Witham) on the above details.


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